Pink Floyd 1984
Topics George Orwell
, Pink Floyd
, The Wall
, Nineteen Eighty-Four
, Winston Smith
, Hey You
, Is there anybody out there?
, Run Like Hell
, Roger Waters
The great 1984comic project is merged with Pink Floyd's album the Wall.
Run time 9:53Audio/Visual sound, color
Christopher Borne.................... compiler (w/ Windows Movie Maker 2.1.4026.0)
Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, Nick Mason, David Gilmour, Richard Wright)........ music
Frédéric Guimont................. Art & Adaptation (1984comic.com)
Marie-Claude Doyon........... Lettering, Logos, and Graphic Design (1984comic.com)
Frédéric Scarfone............. 3D Rendering of the Telescreen (1984comic.com)
January 30, 2013
Needs to be reuploaded!
VERY poor quality!!
...with that said, however, it was interesting. I hope the rest of this tale is here, on IA. I also find it interesting that many politically & historically ignorant & revisionistic trolls, perhaps even those right here on IA, would weep like an infant and/or moan like a porn star that this is our society today...
No, this is what ppl like Ron & Rand Paul, Rick Santorum & generally either of those two kinds of ultra hardcore, right wing conservative trash want to turn our society into: abolish what they want and then refill the vacuum with what they want to have in the world.
I know that not all ppl realize that but, this is the truth.
January 2, 2012
so I say
love this stuff!!!!
July 12, 2007
What happened to the sound when streaming? Do i have to download it?
January 28, 2007
gripping and accessible
Nice rendition of the 1984 tale. Seems increasingly relevant these days.
I wish it had been done in flash or something so the small text were more readable.
I found the movie version done in 1984 to be particularly good as well: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1984_%28film%29
October 21, 2006
From the comic book artist
I was surprised to see this creative commons adaptation of my comic. Thank-you very much for making this video, Pink Floyd's album: The Wall has been a favorite of mine for a long time.
This serves as a great introduction to the comic book and has reinforced my belief in the value of the creative commons license.
From the age of Big Brother,